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Media Center

The Mission of the Pine Street Elementary School Media Center is to promote life long love of reading. The Media Center is opened from 7:05 until 2:50 for student check out. Kindergarten and first grade may check out one book while grade 2-5 can check out two. Students with more than 100 Accelerated Reader points and students in the Reading Bowl may have out three books. Students are encouraged to have their name tags with them when they check out. All students can check out from 7:05 until 7:35 when announcements begin. Classes sign up every week, but students are allowed to keep their books for two weeks.


I am aligning book orders with the Common Core standards. If you have a recommendation, let me know! Students, parents and teachers can make recommendations!

Helen Ruffin Reading Bowl!
County wide competition will be in January
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AR Ribbons!

​Second through fifth graders: when you earn your AR points see me for your AR ribbons.

Second grade starts at 10 points
​Third grade starts at 25 points
​Fourth grades start at 30 points
​Fifth graders start at 50 points

You belong @ your library!

We will be electing Homeroom Representatives again this school year. Check back for more information.

Dairy Queen Frequent Reader!

Once you have read 6 books, see me to get your Dairy Queen Coupon to redeem for a FREE kids meal!

Six Flags Read to Succeed will begin soon!

The problem of the week is in the Media Center. When completing the math problem, remember to write your first and last name on your answer.

Find your Lexile level:

"Find a Book, Georgia" is a fun and easy way to select books based on a child's Lexile measure and interests. You can use this free search tool to build custom book lists for readers at all levels, and then locate your selections at the local public library.

1. GO TO
2. ENTER the child's Lexile measure
(A Lexile measure is included on the CRCT & GHSGT score reports)
3. SELECT the child's interest categories
4. VIEW AND REFINE the search results
As you browse books that the child finds interesting, click the “Find in a Library” button next to the book title to check its availability at your local public library.
5. PRINT the child's custom reading list

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